Maryland is located in an ideal spot – for drug traffickers. The state is divided by I-95 and easily reached by several large cities in the Northeast, Midwest and the South. Baltimore Harbor contributes to the problem of drug smuggling into the state.
Due to the ample supply of drugs, many Maryland residents are struggling with addiction. In 2012, more than 40,000 residents were treated for substance abuse.
There is hope for those struggling with addiction. The Treatment Center has helped many Maryland residents recover from their drug or alcohol problem.
For additional information about The Treatment Center, please call (301) 242-9333. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Treatment for Drugs and Alcohol
Accredited by the Joint Commission, The Treatment Center offers comprehensive treatment plans for drug addiction and alcoholism. Research has shown that the “one size fits all” approach to addiction treatment is ineffective. At The Treatment Center, we offer personalized treatment plans for every patient. By developing personalized treatment plans, we are able to address the patient’s specific addiction issues, recovery goals and needs. Listed below are some of the services and therapies that may be included in a patient’s treatment plan:
- Medically managed detox
- Individual counseling
- Group therapy
- Christian-based treatment programs
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- 12 step programs
- Court liaison program
- Holistic treatments
- Relapse prevention
- Chronic pain management
- Residential treatment
- Outpatient programs
- Aftercare services
After completing their treatment plans, patients will have the necessary tools and knowledge to maintain their sobriety.
Patients at The Treatment Center receive a high level of care from our team of doctors, licensed therapists, psychiatrists and nurses.
To speak with an admissions counselor about our treatment programs, call us now at (301) 242-9333. Admissions counselors are also available to chat online. Either way, you can reach us 24/7.
Substance Abuse in Maryland
Heroin abuse has reached epidemic levels in Maryland. The city of Baltimore has been hit especially hard. In fact, Central Maryland has seen a 47 percent increase in heroin overdose deaths from the previous year.
Prescription drug abuse, especially of OxyContin and other opioids, is of concern in Maryland. Last year, more than 8,000 Maryland residents were treated for opioid addiction.
Cocaine and crack abuse have been a huge problem in Maryland for more than 30 years. Crack cocaine is heavily abused, especially along the I-95 corridor that connects Baltimore and Washington.
Methamphetamine is not yet a big problem in Maryland. Over the past few years, the state has had few raids of methamphetamine laboratories.
However, club drugs like GHB, Ketamine and ecstasy are heavily abused in Baltimore, mainly by teenagers and college students. Ecstasy is the club drug that is most abused in Maryland.
Marijuana is widely abused in the state and in large supply. In 2012, over 18,000 people were treated for marijuana abuse.
Regardless of what substance residents are addicted to, they can achieve lasting recovery.
Start the Recovery Process
Are you ready to quit using drugs or alcohol? If so, The Treatment Center can help you. Our experienced staff will help you rebuild your life step by step. Begin the recovery process today by contacting an admissions counselor.
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